12 April 1995 Liquid-crystal-display-based implementation of a real-time ICVision holographic stereogram display
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The ICVision system is a diffractive display based on VLSI and liquid crystal technologies which displays the functional equivalent of a real-time holographic stereogram. We have previously reported several static ICVision displays, based on the partial pixel architecture, that displays a fixed 3D scene. Herein we report the first real-time implementation of an ICVision display (also based on the partial pixel architecture) that displays the functional equivalent of a real-time holographic stereogram. The device is constructed using a diffractive optical element and a separate liquid crystal display. The animated sequence is pre-computed then played back in real-time using standard VGA on a 80386 or higher PC. The display, drive electronics, and computer may be battery powered making the display suitable for portable use.
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Michael W. Jones, Michael W. Jones, Gregory P. Nordin, Gregory P. Nordin, Jeffrey H. Kulick, Jeffrey H. Kulick, Robert G. Lindquist, Robert G. Lindquist, Stephen T. Kowel, Stephen T. Kowel, "Liquid-crystal-display-based implementation of a real-time ICVision holographic stereogram display", Proc. SPIE 2406, Practical Holography IX, (12 April 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.206214; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.206214
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